An “unusually high” level of bin lorry breakdowns has hit about 1,500 rural homes and businesses across Fife.
Tayport’s torched toilets have been targeted by arsonists for the second time in a month.
A vandal spent a penny before causing thousands of pounds worth of damage to Tayport public toilets.
Perth and Kinross councillors were accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
Fife Council has no plans to introduce a workplace car parking levy as it seeks to find almost £5 million of savings in the coming year.
A beach and harbour area have been closed off after a suspected oil spill in Fife.
A lifeline could be thrown to hundreds of children whose lives are blighted by so-called holiday hunger.
A policy which could scrap free school transport for hundreds of children has been agreed in principle.
Around 30,000 households in parts of east Fife are to have their bins day changed for the first time in years.
Fife Council has moved bins at a cemetery after relatives complained about rubbish being piled up next to graves.
Staff at Fife’s 11 household waste recycling centres will soon be wearing body cameras to record instances of abuse amid access changes.
Fife Council tenants are being given a say on how much more they pay in rent next year.
Revised plans for a new retail park on a prominent site in Cupar have been approved – despite concerns that it will mean the death knell for the town centre.
An investigation into alleged fly-tipping in Glenrothes has revealed the pile of rubbish was actually a missed collection by Fife Council.
A mental health charity boss stole £35,000 from the organisation she ran in a "bizarre" scam was today spared jail.
A new generation of native language speakers are learning the basics thanks to Gaelic Bookbug sessions for families across Fife.
Parents fear children will be put at risk as hundreds face losing their school bus passes.
Damaging cuts to school budgets will do nothing to curb escalating violence and aggression in “pressure cooker” classrooms, Fife councillors have been warned.
Parents who suffer the tragedy of losing a child no longer face the added burden of burial or cremation fees.
Councillors will not look at reopening Kirkcaldy High Street to traffic or scrapping parking fees as a way of transforming the town centre’s fortunes.